Town Papers. Documents and Records Relating to Towns in New Hampshire; With an Appendix Embracing the Constitutional Conventions of 1778-1779; And of 1781-1783; And the State Constitution of 1784

Town Papers. Documents and Records Relating to Towns in New Hampshire; With an Appendix Embracing the Constitutional Conventions of 1778-1779; And of 1781-1783; And the State Constitution of 1784

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ... Nathl Rogers, Mod' A true copy from the original minutes transcribed and compared by Matthew Livermore, Proprietors Clerk. December i5"' 1737. c'l'he Proprietors metaccording to adjournment And 1" Voted that the ommittee. namely Nathanael Rogers & Eleazer Russell Esq" & Matthew Livermorc Already appointed to agree with a Person or Persons to run such line or lines of Kingswood as they should think necessary be a committee to agree with a Surveyor or Surveyors to run such other_line or lines of the s'l Town of Kingswood as are not Already run EB said Committee shall think necessary and that they do the same: lSlIlSS at the l: .xpence of the Proprietors of said Kingswood and that t y make their Report of their doing relating thereto to the said ProPrlfigors as soon as said Committee Conveniently Can. t 3 V0t_ed that Each Proprietor of said Kingswood pay the sum of Lzflntv shillings to Mr John Fellows Tax-Collector for s Proprietors at the same be collected by s" Collector in the method alread pregcglhfid and Voted, and that the said Collector pay the same to Henry h 5b'"'"e-Esq. Treasurer for s" Proprietors to be drawn out of the mar'; 5 f S Treasurer by the sd Committee for the use of said Proprie isdiy whhffifls it is found by Experience that every ineetingof the Prolgltefhrs Aforesd is attended with an unavoidable Expence to those presof, l_tdis therefore Voted that the Expence of Each respective meeting surgalf Proprietors begining at this present meeting not Exceeding the melt; dforty shillings shall be born by the said Proprietors and that the T0 erator of said Meeting be and hereby is impowered to draw on sum reasurer of s' Proprietors to pa said Expence...show more

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  • Paperback | 376 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 20mm | 671g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236796268
  • 9781236796264